Linky Goodness, April 16
All kinds of good stuff in Linky Goodness today!
- Jupiter Research reports that Blended Search Increases Your Visibility. But what I get from the numbers is that you’re more likely to click on results in blended search than “siloed” search—even if the siloed search is in the exact media you’re looking for.
- GoCompare was blacklisted from Google earlier this year. Hitwise takes a look at their recovery.
- The Wall Street Journal is constantly evolving—online. paidContent says their site is getting a major redesign that’s already begun in some sections. Meanwhile, some print journalists remain optimistic, though SEW thinks the numbers are skewed.
- Google AdSense for Domains runs on some typosquatting and cybersquatting domains, it’s true. And now a federal court has ruled that Google can be sued over these domains. Will the ruling stand up?
- If you’re like me, you’re the ‘M’ of a private, multinational espionage enterprise, and here’s the news you’ve been waiting for to communicate quickly with your operatives: BigString unveils self-destructing IM service. Allegedly, no computers are destroyed in the process.
- iCrossing follows up with its How America Searches Election ’08 report (original released in July 2007). (via)